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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 02, 2014
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(Gaza City: John Vause) Live discussion held with military analyst Lt. Col. Rick Francona† and global affairs analyst Kimberly Dozier† about Israel’s assault on Rafah, Gaza after it was discovered that IDF soldier Lt. Hadar Goldin† was missing. [FRANCONA – notes the intent was to isolate the area; comments on the civilian death toll.] [DOZIER – comments on the command structure of Hamas and the intermittent communication among bands of fighters; notes the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group is equally committed to attacking the IDF.] Israel’s vow to not leave any soldier behind noted. [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU† {thru translator} – says Israel will continue doing everything to bring our kidnapped soldiers home.] [DOZIER – notes the Israeli calculus has changed since the suicide attack on Israeli soldiers.]
Reporter(s):
Vause, John
Duration:
00:06:50

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